DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.1-2(62-63).2017.130158

Українські інтелектуали-дисиденти й правозахисники про становище української культури в Донецькому краї

Arsen Zinchenko

Анотація


У статті аналізуються свідчення й оцінки українських інтелектуалів-дисидентів та правозахисників, вихідців із Донецького краю, щодо особливостей та характеру соціокультурних процесів, передовсім руйнування українського мовно-культурного простору й впровадження тотальної русифікації.


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Донецький край; інтелектуали-дисиденти; руйнування ідентичности; русифікація; українськість; український мовно-культурний простір

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